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Glass-Chapman-Hockley syndrome

Glass-Chapman-Hockley syndrome: Introduction

Glass-Chapman-Hockley syndrome: A rare syndrome characterized mainly by short fingers, facial anomalies and premature fusion of skull bones giving the head an abnormal shape. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Glass-Chapman-Hockley syndrome is available below.

Symptoms of Glass-Chapman-Hockley syndrome

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